Due to the invisible nature of brain injury, symptoms such as slowness to act, lack of impulse control, and failure to respond to directions or communication challenges are behaviours that can be misinterpreted as defiance. That’s why MedicAlert is proud to partner with Brain Injury Canada, a leading advocate for those individuals and families living with brain injury, to help keep your loved one safe in an emergency situation.
Watch as a brain injury survivor, police professionals and representatives from MedicAlert and Brain Injury Canada explain why this new partnership has the potential to help thousands of Canadians.
Mary Lou Archer, Orangeville Police Service and MedicAlert subscriber and brain injury survivor, Beena V.
Michelle McDonald, Executive Director, Brain Injury Canada and Robert Ridge, President, MedicAlert Foundation Canada.
Do you know anyone that is a brain injury survivor? Discover how this new partnership will make a difference in the lives of individuals living with brain injury and their families at medicalert.ca/braininjury.